Since the organization's start in April 2020, it has distributed over 23,000 meals and raised about $240,000.
Students say the realization of getting sick — even if isn't COVID-19 — can be anxiety-inducing.
After operating in a home kitchen and an inn, the restaurant is finally establishing its own location.
With in-person classes back, the transition from living alone to sharing a bedroom is presenting some challenges.
The university offered a takeout option three times per day last year.
The new space, which will be known as the South Campus Market, does not yet have a final completion date due to construction and equipment supply delays.
The additional bus follows cuts to the route, which left students stranded at the West Diamond Ave Park and Ride lot early this week.
The six-story building houses 450 residents and includes central air conditioning and private bathrooms.